Exploring the global factors propelling impact investing in 2013
SOCAPMay 7, 2013
This month’s Impact Chat, hosted by Shujogand IIX, will feature CEO of GIIN Luther Ragin. Don’t miss it at lunchtime tomorrow!
Prior to joining the GIIN, Luther served as Vice President for Investments at New York-based F.B. Heron Foundation from 1999 to 2011. Mr. Ragin oversaw the F.B. Heron Foundation’s endowment, building a portfolio of more than $260 million, steadily increasing the impact investing allocation to more than 40 percent while maintaining competitive, risk-adjusted financial returns. Prior to joining the Foundation in 1999, Luther was the Chief Financial Officer of the National Community Capital Association, a trade association of community development financial institutions that provide access to capital in low-income communities.